Capturing Different Hues of Monsoon #withGalaxy

on October 23, 2020
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Petrichor, the earthy smell that arises when water droplets crash against the soil marks the beginning of the rains. Providing the much-needed relief from the sweltering heat of the summers, it’s also a time when nature rejuvenates to look its best with trees turning lush green to different hues of the sky.


This season also provides the shutterbug the perfect picturesque frame to capture on their smartphones.


With the right theme, skill, and technique, you can get outstanding shots, especially with your Samsung Galaxy’s innovative technologies that offer superior camera capabilities. We asked some of our Samsung Members to share the Monsoon photographs that they were busy clicking with their Galaxy. They came out brilliant!


Samsung Member for the past one year, Rohit Gadher is a photography enthusiast and a Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro user. He loves shooting with the Pro mode on his Galaxy smartphone. “The colors and the details that I get to capture using Galaxy smartphone is unbelievable,” Rohit said.


Another Samsung Member and Galaxy Note8 user, Aditya Mane also shared some amazing shots. “A camera which is capable of capturing a high dynamic range is very important while shooting photos during monsoon and my Galaxy Note8 helps me a lot during such shooting conditions,” he said.


The morning dew captured by Aditya Mane #withGalaxy


Mumbai Rains captured by Aditya Mane #withGalaxy


Jumping into the rain shot by Aditya Mane #withGalaxy


The mirror image captured by Aditya Mane #withGalaxy


A sky above and a sky below captured by Aditya Mane #withGalaxy


The morning dew on a flower captured by Aditya Mane #withGalaxy


The swing of the bat amid rain captured by Aditya Mane #withGalaxy


Kolkata city lights captured by Rohit Gadher #withGalaxy



Source: India Newsroom

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